unit strength


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unit strength

As applied to a friendly or enemy unit, relates to the number of personnel, amount of supplies, armament equipment and vehicles and the total logistic capabilities. See also strength.
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With Japan's surrender on 15 August 1945, the unit strength fluctuated due to the redeployment program.
All spare parts for capital repair works needs and provides for practically the entire unit strength parts replacement compressor parts and essential repairs.
Syed Abdul Karim said with the passing out of the latest batch that was trained to NATO standards, the unit strength had reached more than 12,000.
Working alone or in small unit strength, police don't need the amino and magazine interchangeability that comes with a single standard gun so much as they need the absolute confidence and competence that comes with carrying what the individual officer can shoot the best under pressure.
There would be 2 additional months during each quarter in which RC commanders could address RC-unique briefing and data requirements and conduct standard unit strength reporting.
To improve this city you must embark on RTS quests that level up your town, improve its fortifications and increase your unit strength.
I have spoken to resource management support clerks about this problem of personnel who have not paraded for several months and even years, and their remaining on unit strength.
Carefully factor into your decisions the mass exodus of personnel that will reduce the unit strength to 35 percent by 60 days before the deactivation date.
They comprised more than half the Reserve unit strength, which stood at 43,320.
Army personnel who notified next of kin or prepared monthly unit strength reports for the Army Chiefs of Staff.
Examples include reducing air defense, artillery, and ordnance unit strength and increasing military police, civil affairs, and transportation capabilities.